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By using this website, you consent to the storing of the cookies listed below. We may also use some cookies that are not listed – these will contain no personal information about you. You can disable cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser, although this means you might not be able to use the full functionality of our website.
If you want to know more about cookies and how to control or delete them, please visit ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/online/cookies/ which contains detailed guidance for users.
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This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc.
We also use separate Google products similar to Analytics. These are Tag Manager, which tracks actions on our site, and Search Console, to analyse website performance.
Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google.
Parts of this website contain embedded videos from YouTube. Where possible, we’ve set this to use YouTube’s ‘nocookie’ domain so that it will not store any cookies.
Other analytics tools
We use Optimizely to help us test improvements or changes to our websites along with delivering pop-up windows to specific groups.
More info can be found here.
Parts of this website use DoubleClick cookies.
DoubleClick Floodlight tags help us track conversions (where someone clicks on an advert) and your actions on our site once you’ve clicked on one of our adverts. These tags also compile lists of users for use in future marketing campaigns.
Find out more about DoubleClick.
This is the technology we use to target audiences based on website behaviour across Google Search, the Google Display Network, Gmail and YouTube. It allows us to specify actions you can take on our website (such as viewing a category of page, watching a video or submitting a form) and then target advertising at either people who have completed these actions, have not completed these actions, or those whose demographic profile matches those who have completed a particular action.
Parts of this website use Facebook cookies and pixels.
Pixels are small blocks of code on webpages that do things like allow another server to measure viewing of a webpage and often are used in connection with cookies. Cookies and pixels are used to understand and deliver ads and make them more relevant to you. The user ID collected relates to your Facebook account and the data collected is used to advertise across Facebook, Messenger and Instagram. These pixels are also used to attribute website conversions back to advertising sources. The same privacy restrictions as AdWords Remarketing (above) apply.
Further information can be found on the Facebook website.
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